CommunicAsia2015,?EntepriseIT2015,?and?BroadcastAsia2015 slated on June 2 to June 5 at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, will feature current technology trends.
Global mobile connections have passed the seven billion mark, and more than half of this will be in the Asia Pacific region.
This mobile explosion has given rise to dramatic changes in the consumption of technology, data and applications, and has increased the awareness and reception of Internet of Things (IoT).
Forecast to reach $59 billion by 2020, Asia Pacific?s total IoT spending points to opportunities in the areas of digitized landscape monetization, wearable technology enablement, big data and analytics, and even the IT infrastructures in place for greater agility, flexibility and scalability required for business and national growth.
In the Philippines, IDC sees IT industry on a continued upswing this year. The mash-ups of cloud, social business, Big Data and analytics, and mobile will continue to come together in the Philippine market in 2015.
Further, local organizations are expected to start embracing newer technologies, beginning with 3D printing, and IoT into their business processes, supporting these with improved interfaces and security.
?The trend of IoT continues to impact ways of life on both consumer and business fronts, bringing about opportunities and challenges for businesses in the areas of mobility management, Big Data analytics, media consumption and more,? said Victor Wong, project director from event organizer?Singapore Exhibition Services.
“Aligned with the global phenomenon, 2015?s CommunicAsia, EnterpriseIT and BroadcastAsia will provide international audiences access to insights, latest technologies and solutions ranging from connected devices, smart living, TV-everywhere realities, satellite applications, enterprise mobility and more.”
CommunicAsia2015 and EnterpriseIT2015 will provide a deeper look into the entire info-communications ecosystem under three thematic clusters: NXT Cities, NXT Enterprises and NXT Connected Lifestyle.
SatComm2015, the strategic platform for the satellite communications industry, and the CommunicAsia2015 Summit will likewise take place as part of CommunicAsia2015.
The Philippines? official delegation to these much-awaited ICT events in the Asia Pacific region will be led by the Department of Science and Technology-Information and Communications Technology Office.